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  1. randomuser

    Making a list of “positive and negative words you know” shouldn’t be in a C1 lesson.

    1. Stan

      Well, taken out of the context that looks kind of silly but actually the instructions say: Mauro Gatti uses the words ‘positive’ and ‘negative’ to describe the news in the video. He also uses words such as ‘cheerful’ and ‘frightening.’ Make a list of other positive and negative words you know. As you can see in the TV, we’re looking for such words as bleak, gloomy, uplifting, upbeat, etc. IMHO, it’s a nice vocab extenstion for advanced students so that they can say something more than positive/good or negative/bad news.

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